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Tag Archives: Linguistics

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  • 30
    Jan

    2023

    Linguistics meets Philosophy

    All scientific fields were born from philosophy. And most were born a long time ago. So long ago that conversations between the philosophic ‘parent’ and the scientific ‘child’...

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  • 13
    Jan

    2023

    Life as a Bilingual: Part 2

    “Life as a Bilingual” – a highly successful blog and now a new Cambridge book Back in 2016, Cambridge Extra published an interview[1] of Fran├žois Grosjean[2], a recognized expert...

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  • 9
    Jan

    2023

    Life as a Bilingual: Part 1

    Who could have imagined this kind of success for a scientific blog on bilingualism?In 2016, Fran├žois Grosjean was interviewed about his Psychology Today blog, “Life as a bilingual”, by Ewa...

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  • 28
    Nov

    2022

    An Introduction to Communicative Efficiency

    For a long time, linguists have thought of language as a tool for thinking. Under this view, how we use language for communication is not particularly interesting because it does not tell us anything...

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  • 31
    Oct

    2022

    Discourse Syntax

    Why a textbook? For both of us, Discourse Syntax is our first textbook. We have both published critical monographs, research articles, and chapters for edited volumes, but, after two decades in...

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  • 21
    Apr

    2022

    Hey, so does this book on silence consist of 334...

    Ha ha ha, no, in between the many examples of silence in writing (classic and other), in dialogues, in public exchanges as well as in intersubjective conversations, comes speech: words and paragraphs...

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  • 19
    Mar

    2022

    Introducing Language and Society: A Q&A with...

    Professor Rodney H. Jones, the co-author of Introducing Language and Society, talks to us about inspiration, challenges for students, and the ‘next big thing’ in sociolinguistics. ...

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  • 12
    Aug

    2021

    The White Australia Policy

    In the past, anti-immigration sentiment was often enshrined in government policy as a form of institutional racism. In the late nineteenth century, concern was growing in the Australian colonies about...

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